Motorola's upcoming smartphone lineup. We've been waiting to see what Motorola and Google cook up together, and today that may have been revealed in an FCC filing. The device is being listed as the Motorola XT1058 with 4G LTE and headed to AT&T. Most likely this is the X-Phone (or XFON) and more details on why can be found below.
Motorola X-Phone. While most of the reports have only been rumors, last night some analyst reports suggested Google has actually axed the X-Phone. Claiming that Google is distancing themselves from the phone simply because it isn't up to their standards.
Motorola Mobility saying they may have abused their position when they filed a patent injunction against Apple. Basically, the EU Competition Commission has said Motorola went after the injunction even as Apple made attempts at working towards an agreement.
first look at the highly talked about and rumored Motorola X-Phone being jointly designed by Google. The always accurate @evleaks dropped a trio of images showing an unreleased mystery Motorola phone with a protective case hiding the design. And now, we have some additional details suggesting an arrival on Verizon, and others in early July.
Motorola. We know they have something in the works, probably with the aid of Google, but so far the details have been extremely light. With Google I/O coming up quick hopefully we'll learn more soon. The phone is concealed in quite the "blackbox" case, and looks very similar to a Nexus device.
Motorola and Google now that they've joined forces. The X-Phone has been a hotly debated device, and we've seen a few fake benchmark results appear of the Google X phone too. However, today something a little more realistic sounding has appeared. Read on for our thoughts.
Motorola is keeping up with their promise to update their Android smartphones in a more timely manor. We heard this back when Dennis Woodside from Google took over, and lately updates have been rather quick. Their latest smartphone from the dying breed of QWERTY Sliders is getting improved to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean this afternoon.
Google hosted their annual earning reports for Q1 2013, and we've been getting all sorts of information about revenues, how much Motorola lost this quarter, and now things are turning towards products. If you're listening along Google's CEO Larry Page might not sound excited by his calm, almost sleepy voice, but he had some good things to say about plenty of upcoming products.
Google is hosting their Q1 2013 earnings report where we're hearing all sorts of interesting details and sales reports. While Google rang in roughly $14 billion in revenue, the folks from Motorola aren't doing quite as good. Q1 2012 Motorola reported an operating loss of $121 million, but this year it has increased to $179 million. A little bit of a black hole Google is hoping to change.
Google have just released their Q1 earnings report for 2013 - and they had a biggie. It looks like things are following along with the end of 2012, and Google's reporting some very solid numbers and a strong start to this year. With more than $14 billion in revenue things are looking good.